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Telangana government’s big decision regarding Republic Day celebrations

Telangana government’s big decision regarding Republic Day celebrations


The Telangana government’s letter cited no reason for Raj Bhavan to host the Republic Day celebrations separately.

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Published: Tuesday, January 24, 2023, 19:07 [IST]

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Telangana may now be the first state in the country where the Republic Day celebrations will not be officially celebrated in the joint presence of both the Chief Minister and the Governor. Let us tell you that there were reports of a clash between Telangana CM KCR and Raj Bhavan recently. The state government has informed the Raj Bhavan that it can independently organize the Republic Day celebrations.

It may be noted that during the last few days, Telangana Chief Minister K.K. There has been a standoff between Chandrasekhar Rao and Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan. If sources are to be believed, the Telangana government’s letter has not mentioned any reason for Raj Bhavan to host the Republic Day celebrations separately.

In the year 2022, the state government told the Raj Bhavan that due to the peak of the corona virus epidemic, a public program is not possible at the Parade Ground, after which the Governor hoisted the tricolor at the Raj Bhavan. As per protocol, the government sends a copy of the speech to the governor, after which he unfurls the tricolor and delivers the speech at a public function held at the parade ground.

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Telangana government big decision regarding Republic Day celebrations

Story first published: Tuesday, January 24, 2023, 19:07 [IST]

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